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Mar 1, 1991 - Dinitrogen Coordination Chemistry: On the Biomimetic Borderlands. Bruce A. MacKay and Michael D. Fryzuk. Chemical Reviews 2004 104 (2), ...
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J . Am. Chem. SOC.1991, 113, 2194-2196

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Table 1. Hvdrowroxidation of Linoleic Acid bv Singlet Oxvgen Generated bv Photosensitization' ___ concni i~ product distribution ee! % ' run sensitizer 111 or Dl PI A12,'3(4a/4b) A93I0(4c/4d) 4a 4b yield: 7'% 1 2 10 1780 49 (40/9) 51 (11/40) 3 2 2 98 89 50 (40/ 10) 50 (10/40) 12 17 3 2 (in MeOH) 10 1780 51 (30/21) 49 (20/29) 4 2 (+ /%CD)" 98 89 50 (31/19) 50 (19/31) L2C L2' 6 5 1 10 1780 51 (32/19) 49 (17/32) L2C L2C 28 20 12 14 82 (51/31) 18 (11/7) 6 1 98 89 "The aqueous reaction mixture (1 mL) containing linoleic acid (3) and a sensitizer ( I or 2) was sonicated for 15 min and, bubbling with O2 (100 mL/min), irradiated with a 500-W Xe lamp through a 380 nm cutoff filter at 0 OC for 1 h. The products were reduced by triphenylphosphine, methylated by a slight excess of diazomethane, and analyzed by a silica gel HPLC column (Wakosil 5Sil, 0.46 X 75 cm, hexaneli-PrOH = 99/1). The products corresponding to 4a and 4d were detected at 234 nm and those corresponding to 4b and 4c at 202 nm. "Enantiomeric excess (see footnote 6). CTotal yields based on used 3. "The solution was saturated with 6-cyclodextrin (6 X lo-' M).